Digest of United Kingdom energy statistics (DUKES)

Digest of United Kingdom energy statistics 2012 cover

The Digest, sometimes known as DUKES, is an essential source of energy information. It contains:

2012 edition by chapter

Detailed versions of DUKES tables can be found on our Energy sector statistics web pages.


Long-term trends

Press release

A statistical press release in support of the latest edition is available: Press release (12/089) Digest of UK energy statistics 2012

Previous editions

You can also buy this and previous years' editions in hard-copy from: The Stationery Office, PO Box 29, Norwich, NR3 1GN.

Or online at: The stationery office online bookshop

Or by calling 0870 600 5522, or faxing an order to 0870 600 5533.

Energy Consumption

A comprehensive review of energy consumption and changes in efficiency, intensity and output since the 1970s, with a particular focus on trends since 1990 can be found in the DECC publication Energy consumption in the United Kingdom.

DUKES 60th anniversary

2009 marked the 60th anniversary of the publication of the annual Digest of UK Energy Statistics, which commenced with the Ministry of Fuel and Power Statistical Digest for the years 1948 and 1949. To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the publication of the Digest a special publication DUKES: 60th anniversary has been produced to illustrate the changes in energy production and consumption over the past 60 years.



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